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Old 11-14-2010, 03:59 PM   #26
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3m kit does a similar job^ worked good for me.
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Old 11-16-2010, 11:52 AM   #27
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i just opened my headlights today, and as you can see the many white spots in the center of the inside of the lens are pits made from using a dremel. can anyone help?
What I would do is mask off the section that you want to work on first as you don't have a line on which area you want Defluted. Once you have done that I would removed the rest of the ribs. A dremel would work if you are in a rush but personally I would use some 120gr. sandpaper and carefully sand away the ribs. Once you have sanded away all the ribs down you want to get the whole surface smooth I would use a 320 then progressively work your way up to a finer grit as you go.

It can be done just takes a long time! I did this to a pair of headlamps myself and it took a good 8hrs to get it done right.
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